Silver Micron Particle (SMP) Technology
SMP is a patented technology where using heat process (dry) forms particles containing silver. As the opposite charged ions attract and bind together, bacterial movement is restricted and its micro-environment is disrupted, cellular interactions such as active transport process (cellular breathing) also malfunctions. SMP also interacts with the sulfhydryl group (thiol) to solidify proteins, destroying enzyme synthesis within the cell, thus ending the cells’ survival mechanism, ultimately causing cell death once bound. From this interaction by SMP, the cell wall and cell membrane is deformed, proteins and enzyme functions disrupted, causing cell rupture , also known as “apoptosis”.
Silver Micron Particle (SMP) anti-bacterial theory
All bacterial cell wall and cell membrane carry a negative charge, and SMP carries a positive charge, hence through SMP, it creates an ionic binding effect. SMP can eliminate up to 650 types of bacteria within a short period of time. It promotes wound healing and removes odour.The most unique characteristic of SMP is that even if they are covered by other materials, its antibacterial capability still remains.
mo-19 Mask / Mask Pouch / Replaceable PFE95 Filter
The mo-19 unisex reusable mask can be washed more than 50 times, and comes with a replaceable PFE95 filter (sold separately). The mask is available in three sizes (small/medium/large), with stretch bands that make it extend so that it fits faces of all sizes comfortably.
The Silver Micron Particle (SMP) Antibacterial fabric works as an electric shield inside the mask that kills over 96% of bacteria, including Escherichia Coli (e-coli), Candida Albicans and Staphylococcus Aureus.
mo-19 destroys 650 types of bacteria within 24 hours, and works even when the mask is covered by other materials. The mask also comes with its own reusable bag, which is available in two sizes and sold separately. For extra consumer confidence, products containing SMP technology have also been tested and approved by official authorities in China, Australia and Germany.